An iconoclast's tale of timelines in flux proves one for the ages.
A transatlantic view of pop music's cultural triumph.
How the novel often called the greatest of all time nearly failed to see the light of day.
Under pseudonym, J. K. Rowling returns for a second case taken up by her war vet-turned-sleuth Cormoran Strike.
Two visions of a future where language and technology meet -- with unsettling results.
The Allies move from North Africa to encounter the Sicilian Mafia.
Tensions flare in a New Hampshire town swollen by summer residents.
Why one of science fiction's most ambitious biographies proves one of its most essential.
The author of The Dinner returns with new horrors, from the surgically sinister mind of a bourgeois physican.
A vivid new novel, born from the true story of Margaret Mead's loves and losses in New Guinea.
Rediscovering the 1884 geometric parable that signaled the brilliant dystopias of Orwell, Koestler, and Burgess.
Traveling back in time to the literary seductions of youth.
New works of science fiction from Jo Walton and Mary Rickert depict the surreality, suppression, and suspense of recollection.
The Internet may have killed the letter as a literary form, but this collection provides a brilliant elegy.
The dissolute -- and fascinating -- life of a literary icon's child.
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